Meanwhile in Long Beach, about 10 juvenile great whites were also spotted swimming along the shore.
Most of the sharks reportedly looked like juvenile great whites - somewhere from six to eight feet long and about a year old. The area was put under shark advisory, according to an announcement from Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
Most of the sharks never left California this winter and are congregating in shark "hot spots" off Huntington Beach, San Onofre, Santa Monica Bay and Ventura, shark expert Chris Lowe told The San Francisco Chronicle.
Last month, a mother of three survived an attack off San Onofre State Beach.
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On April 29, a shark believed to be a great white bit Leeanne Ericson's right buttock and upper leg down to the bone while she was swimming in the area.
People have to remember: Spring and summer have always been shark season in Southern California. Yesterday, Wednesday, Long Beach lifeguards posted the beach here warning of sharks after several were seen in waters off the coast. Lowe runs the shark lab at California State University, Long Beach. "The sharks are as close as the surf line", an officer said during the video. There are, however, shark advisory signs posted encouraging people to stay out of the water.
Lifeguards are on alert after new shark sightings along the Southern California coast.
Shiffman told Business Insider that although some shark populations, including great whites, were recovering, declining populations spell trouble for other marine life since the animals play a role in oceans' health. "They've been protected in USA waters since 2005", he told CBS.
"I've been doing this for 30 years", he said.